The idea that we are always living in a "younger" time has been around for a long time. The idea that our time on Earth is an illusion, that the Earth is not the center of our universe, and that we can't see what's outside our windows and doors to our bodies has been around since ancient times. We've just been trying to figure out what it means to live in a world of illusion. In the book "The Biggest Secret," the protagonist is trying to find out why she thinks her life has gone so bad and how to get out of it. She's a medical doctor who has spent her career trying to answer questions like "what makes us happy?" and "why does the moon look the same at sunset and sunrise?" and "who's responsible for our pain?" I am an anti aging researcher. My research focuses on aging, as well as cancer, Parkinson's, multiple sclerosis, and other degenerative diseases. I am also the author of many scientific papers published in scientific journals. I am a member of the Association of Research Libraries. I am a professor of neurology and associate dean of the College of Medicine at University of California Los Angeles, where I have taught neurosurgery and medical genetics for over 30 years.